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December 7th, 2014, 09:06 AM   #1
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Need help with converting 2 nonlinear equations to linear

Hi,

I am looking for help with converting the following two nonlinear equations to linear (y=ax+b)

1) P/S= 1/c + d/c p (c and d are constant parameters)
2) E = 3.2 + kU^m (k and m are constant parameters)

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Hi,

I am looking for help with converting the following two nonlinear equations to linear (y=ax+b)

1) P/S= 1/c + d/c p (c and d are constant parameters)
2) E = 3.2 + kU^m (k and m are constant parameters)

Thanks
Equation 1 looks funny (d/c p ?).
Equation 2 is non-linear unless m = 1.
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